Dimitrov leaped over the net from his side of the court and raced to help Edmund as he writhed in pain behind the baseline at the other end, giving the British player a hand to get up and then helping him limp to the side of the court.
Don't try that at home, kids.
Following a medical time-out, Edmund was able to play on but it was not long before Dimitrov broke the Brit's serve to win the third set 6-4. I know the feeling.
Dimitrov was on court for nearly two-and-a-half hours before finally subduing the British number two, who was right in the contest until he hurt his ankle with the score at 4-4 in the third set. It was very unfortunate what happened, for sure.
"As bad as it is to say, it's kind of like a tap".
Alex De Minaur has made a surprise run to the semi- finals (Picture: Getty Images)Is there a live stream for Kyrgios vs Dimitrov? The Australian number one admitted he was flat at the start of the match before switching on at the start of the second set. "I didn't think, 'OK, I'm just going to go around the net, or I'm going to go that post.' It was just like such a natural instinct for me to go and jump over".
"In the last two games he wasn't at his best".
The 22-year-old needed treatment after he went over on his right ankle at 4-4 in the decider.
"But if a boxer puts his gloves down in a boxing ring, I wouldn't really call it tanking so it's just a strategy and obviously it worked again today".